For close to 30 years, the Manufacturing Outreach Center at UW-Stout has been laser-focused on supporting manufacturing in northwestern Wisconsin.
Middle school students from the Menomonie’s Boys & Girls Club will learn about technology and eating healthy thanks to a new collaborative grant with UW-Stout.
Although the university catchphrase Stout Proud wasn't coined 60 years ago, three alumni from that era are showing their pride with major donations.
With applied and experiential learning and a career focus, students who attend UW-Stout know they will graduate ready to enter the work world.
With low unemployment and an ongoing shortage of qualified workers, business and industry need a stronger talent pipeline to keep Wisconsin's economic strong.
An executive director for Corporate Relations and Economic Engagement has been named at UW-Stout.
The Manufacturing Outreach Center at UW-Stout is focused on helping small manufacturers around the region improve their operations and become more successful.
From left, intern Heidi Lieffort, CLRR Director Bill James and CLRR Manager Mai Lia Vang sample water from Horse Creek in Polk County.
The University of Wisconsin-Stout Discovery Center will host four free Leadership Speakers Series virtual events featuring regional, national and international
Teachers turned students recently in the University of Wisconsin-Stout Fab Lab as part of the WiFab Retreat West, a three-day immersion in design and digital fa